The best opportunity to report happened when I was hunting with David Dillon. This was his second elk hunt. He had previously harvested a six point bull in Colorado. After the first morning, we spoke about what his goals were for the hunt... "Any spot and stalk bull, I just want to see a bull before he sees us and make a successful stalk." I thought for sure we would his reach his goal on this trip. On the morning of day 2, we found a great bull. Problem was, we weren't positive if he was on the ranch. We watched the bull for around an hour until he fed out of sight 2000+ yards away. We were hopeful he was headed to bed down for the afternoon. I took a bunch of photos of the ridge before leaving so we could pinpoint his location via the maps and aerial images back at camp. What did we find out? He WAS on the ranch.